Intrinsic ageing causes us to grow old prematurely.
These changes affect us differently, as well as at different rates.
Having worked with many clients over the years, I’ve seen first hand, how preventative measures are better than a cure.
I always advise my client, the SKINCARE REGIME they put in place TODAY, will benefit their skin for many years to come.
This will ensure they have perfect skin for the future.
Perfect Skin in your Teens
Those teenage years can be a really tumultuous time for many, as you have to deal with the process of adolescence and hormones.
Hormones can often present themselves in the skin as hormonal acne, which fortunately in most cases, start to calm down as you move into your twenties.
When we are young our skin is plump and hydrated, collagen and elastin fibres are still perfectly formed and crossed.
Your skin is still going to be regularly exposed to UV radiation; it is the effects of this ultra violet light during these formative years, that will be etched into your skin forever.
The damage done at this stage is still not visible to the naked eye, and will not become apparent until years later; for this reason good skin education should begin now.
For my younger customers, who are keen how to maintain perfect skin as they age, I recommend introducing a good skin care routine and safe sun practices from an early age.
The Naked Truth
There is no real secret to perfect skin; it’s really about common sense.
Having good lifestyle practices and using good products, coupled with effective ingredients that truly treat the skin at a cellular level, such as retinoids, AHA’s, antioxidants, and humectants, you can maintain your skins health for many years to come.
These ingredients you can read about here.
Also making sure, you are protecting your skin on a daily basis from the suns damaging rays, is paramount if you want to prevent premature ageing.
This combined with regular facials and good beauty treatments, will help you maintain the healthy balance of your skin.
Hopefully slowing down intrinsic ageing, for now and many years to come.